- Red wine carpet stains are well known as being incredibly difficult-to-remove.
- A british mother reveals how she removes these stains using £10 Body Shop cream
- Other Facebook users have praised its ability to removing make-up and pens stains
It’s a tough job to remove red wine stains out of carpets and furniture. This isn’t simply a domestic problem. Many professional cleaners struggle to get rid of red wine stains.
The most common solutions include white vinegar, salt and paper towels. However, a british mother has revealed a simple, quick and easy method that lifts and removes red wine marks.
Jo Chadwick in the Facebook Group Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It, said “Removes makeup. Removes wine. I’m sold!”
This domestic secret includes the use of the unlikely Body Shop Camomile Cleansing Butter.
Although cleaning professionals can’t find a good solution to red wine stains, the Facebook Group ‘Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It’ appears to have found the holy grail!
The Facebook Group includes a number of before and after images that clearly show the cleaning power of the Camomile Cleansing Butter.
The cleaning tip has proven to be incredibly popular with the 76,000 users of the group.
The original post has achieved up nearly 200 likes and comments and many shares and tagged Facebook friends being introduced to the idea.
Jo’s original post describes her initial surprise at discovering this new domestic tip with the words “Removes makeup. Removes wine. I’m sold!”
However, another Facebook user was more concerned with how she actually went about coming up with the idea of using Body Shop Camomile Cleansing Butter asking: “How did you discover that?”
Following the initial post, a number of others have come out and revealed other uses including removing bronzer and foundation stains as well as fake tan marks from a carpet.
One of the more surprising uses is its ability to lift pen marks from furniture and even reducing hair dye stains from the skin!
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The product’s description on the Body Shop’s website reads: ‘Cleanse and nourish your skin with our rich cleansing butter.
The post quickly racked up nearly 200 likes and comments, with dozens of people tagging their friends to share the news
‘A luxurious way to remove every last trace of make-up, while purifying, cleansing and refreshing your skin, leaving it soft to the touch.
‘Suitable for sensitive skin and contact lens wearers. Camomile extract from Norfolk, England Clean and silky-soft feel. Removes all types of make-up’.
The tip comes just a week after an Instagram page dedicated to sharing the best global cleaning hacks went viral with its latest crafty tip.
Instagram account Blossom, which appears to be based in America and boasts 3.9million followers, shares regular tips showing how you can use simple household products to eliminate stubborn stains and grime.
And its latest addressed a problem most people can relate to – stained lunch box containers.
Racking up almost over 650,000 views in just one day, the video showed the five-step process to transforming your containers to its former glory.
The cleaning expert started the process by adding a generous scoop of sugar to the container, pictured, to help break down the stains and absorb the grease. She then added a squirt of dish soap over the sugar and let the mix sink into the lunch box, pictured
Author: Bridie Pearson-Jones